This Chevrolet 3100 series from 1947 was the first truck to use the Chevy postwar “Advance Design” styling, featuring a rounded profile, five-bar horizontal grille, and a wider cab for a true three-person seat. New features included a fresh-air heater/defroster system, cab corner windows, and an in-dash radio. It was powered by a 3.5L inline six-cylinder and achieved 78 hp.

​Photo courtesy of General Motors


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